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Panel discussion

This panel discussion will take place in an air raid shelter during the offline part of the DevOps fwdays'24 conference.

During the panel discussion, invited experts will consider the following topics:

  • No DevOps
  • What soft skills do DevOps engineers need?
  • Which clouds are better?
  • Why is Kubernetes bad?

Also, you will have the opportunity to ask your questions and immediately receive answers from experienced experts.

Vsevolod Polyakov
Head of Infrastructure, Let's Enhance
  • The consultant, technologist, was happy to work in companies such as Datarobot,, Grammarly and others
  • Currently consulting on infrastructure, architecture, monitoring and devops
  • Founder of the largest and most active devops community in Ukraine
Volodymyr Tsap
  • Has experience in the commercial use of Open Source since 2005.
  • More than a hundred successful infrastructure projects.
  • Leads engineering and product teams as CTO at SHALB and
Dmytro Garanzha
Howly by SKELAR, Head of Engineering
  • Head of Engineering at Howly within the SKELAR venture builder
  • 11 years of experience in web development. Main expertise - Backend development in PHP and Golang. Professional experience includes roles of a team lead, tech lead, and architect
  • Dmytro has initiated monolith split, and built microservice architecture and modular monoliths from scratch
  • Actively researches and implements DevOps practices and tools: Pulumi, GCP, Kubernetes. At Howly, they’ve single-handedly implemented Infrastructure as Code
  • Has focus on efficient processes and automation. We have abandoned the dedicated QA role at the current project. This has reduced TTM by an average of a day without leading to an increase in incidents
  • He chooses companies where he can develop professionally and learn from a strong team
  • LinkedIn, Facebook
Yevgen Lysenko, Co-founder & CTO
  • Co-founder & CTO @ – the leading Ukrainian ticketing company
  • System architect
  • Good at analyzing, building and rethinking systems
  • Trouble solver & crisis manager
  • Eager for new technologies and ways of thinking
  • Twitter, Github
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